Center for Educational and Retention Counseling
Online Retention Strategy Session (RSS)
As a result of your grades from the previous semester, you are placed on Academic Probation and are in danger of being academically dismissed at the end of the spring semester. Your academic status is currently D-Probation, which means that you have not earned the minimum grade point average of a 2.00 to be in good standing. This is a serious matter that requires time to discuss possible causes and possible solutions to your current academic situation. Therefore an interactive presentation with audio capability has been developed to help you find some solutions.
Nassau Community College places great importance on helping our students achieve success. Please review the online audio presentation on Academic Probation below and complete the survey at the end of the presentation. It is important that you complete the survey so we know that you participated in this online workshop. After the completing the survey we can release the "Hold" on your record. Please note: In order to connect to the link with the survey you have to view the presentation in its entirety and answer all the questions. Once the audio on the last slide is complete you will be able to connect to the survey link. The presentation is estimated to take 30 minutes to complete.
After viewing the presentation, if you have further questions, please contact the CERC office. You have been assigned a counselor that can meet with you to discuss the strategies discussed in the workshop and assist you with selecting the courses that can help you improve your academic performance to stay in college and graduate.
Your assigned counselor has been identified on a slide at the end of the presentation. Please refer to that slide for contact information. You can make an appointment with your CERC Counselor by going to Nassau Hall (Bldg. M), Room 19, or calling 516.572.7141 Ext. "0".
Click on the link below for the online presentation.